China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) urged telecommunication companies to lower Internet prices and elevate connection speeds on Tuesday.
Gender equality and women's development in China not only show the country's own progress, but also constitute a historical contribution made to global equality, development and peace.
The Information Office of the State Council, or China's Cabinet, on Tuesday issued a white paper on Gender Equality and Women's Development in China.
Prosecutors handled 110,000 corruption cases, involving 140,000 suspects, from the beginning of 2013 until this August, according to the Supreme People's Procuratorate.
Little awareness of human rights protection, and illegal maneuvering to tackle cases, have been the main reasons for wrongful verdicts over the past few years.
China and Britain have reached 53 agreements ranging from nuclear energy, high-speed railway to an expanded currency swap line during the 7th China-Britain Economic and Financial Dialogue.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met Monday with British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, in China for the seventh China-UK Economic and Financial Dialogue (EFD).
Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to the United States will "deepen people-to-people friendship, expand cooperation and provide new impetus to the new model of major country relationship between China and the US", wrote Yang Jiechi, China's state councillor and a former ambassador of China to the US, in an opinion article published in the Seattle Times.
The Oslo District Court ruled that the Norwegian government's decision of expelling a Chinese scholar early this year was recognized invalid.
China on Monday said that it will work with Africa on the construction of three major infrastructure networks, namely high speed railway, aviation and road highways.
China congratulated former prime minister Alexis Tsipras' SYRIZA party on its victory in the general election, expressing willingness to cooperate with the new government.
Some 1,603 defendants have been acquitted in the past two years amid measures to protect human rights, according to a top judicial reform official.